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The following acquisitions are exempt from Section 33.001:
(1) an acquisition of securities in connection with the exercise of a security interest or otherwise in full or partial satisfaction of a debt previously contracted for in good faith and the acquiring person files written notice of acquisition with the banking commissioner before the person votes the securities acquired;
(2) an acquisition of voting securities in any class or series by a controlling person who has previously complied with and received approval under this subchapter or who was identified as a controlling person in a prior application filed with and approved by the banking commissioner;
(3) an acquisition or transfer by operation of law, will, or intestate succession and the acquiring person files written notice of acquisition with the banking commissioner before the person votes the securities acquired;
(4) a transaction subject to Chapter 202 if:
(A) the acquiring bank holding company currently owns and controls a state bank; or
(B) the post-transaction controlling person:
(i) has previously complied with and received approval as a controlling person under this subchapter; or
(ii) is identified as the controlling person in a merger or other acquisition-related application filed with the banking commissioner concurrently with the submission required by Section 202.001; and
(5) a transaction exempted by the banking commissioner or by rules adopted under this subtitle because the transaction is not within the purposes of this subchapter or the regulation of the transaction is not necessary or appropriate to achieve the objectives of this subchapter.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Finance Code - FIN § 33.005. Exemptions - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/finance-code/fin-sect-33-005.html
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